Emergency Lights Installation, Testing and Maintenance

EnC Solutions have indepth experience and expertise from the consultation to installation to compliance to maintenance and repairs of all types of Emergency Lights. An emergency light will be connected to electrical wiring of a building or residence, so that it can sense when the power goes out. In the even of an outage,or the tripping of a breaker, the unit will signaled to come on and have minutes of backup power to illuminate the path to an exit.

Emergency lighting is required to illuminate building areas when things go wrong - for exmaple, when the normal electrical supply is interrupted by a utility outage or by a fire or failure within the building. In most facilities, the largest part of emergency illumination lights the pathways and exits that lead out of the building - the egrss paths. Its intent is to facilitate evacuation of the facility, particularly in the event of a fire, and to reduce the tendency of occupants to panic under stress, and in the dark.

EnC Solutions carries out all the required Emergency Lighting Installation, Repairs and Compliance in accordance to AS/NZS 2293:2005 Emergency Escape Lighting and Exit Signs for Buildings The Scope of Emergency Lighting Installation and Compliance Solutions can be divided in two halves,

a) Exit Lights; An essential part of emergency situation where by the function of Exit lights is to illuminate the exit pathway and indicate with lighting and signage the nearest path of exit, when normal light ceases to operate or at the time of emergency

b) Standby Lightin is defined as "that part of the emergency lighting provided to enable normal activities to continue in the event of failure of the normal mains supply".

The Scope of EnC Solutions Today, involves

1) Planning and Design of the System
2) Positioning of the emergency lighting luminairies
3) Installation of all emergency lightings and fittings
4) Periodic Testing/Maintenance of the System

As per Australian Standards AS/NZS2293.2, The Standards require regular periodical 6 monthly testing, including,
1. Visual checks of all emergency and exit lights for mains operation.
2. Check for operation of maintained exit lights and replace faulty lamps where required. 3. Where a manual discharge test facility is present, operate the test switch or circuit breaker to simulate a power failure.
4. The emergency lighting system shall remain illuminated for not less than 90 minutes.
5. Restore the emergency and exit lights to normal charging condition.
6. Check operation of all maintained exit lights and all charge indicators.
7. Report any failures and record data in onsite manuals.
8. Record data in electronic format for OH&S auditing processes.